"Films are not released, they escape" -Ben Burtt, 2002
In 1996, an adolescent Dessiree sat in the family's TV-less living room, hunched over a Macintosh Powerbook. She was transcribing, word-for-word, a 6-part NPR radio play production of "The Return of the Jedi" which she had recorded from the radio onto cassette tape. Meticulously they pressed play, typed, stopped and rewound over and over again. This is where it all started.
Dessiree has worked with clients such as Wells Fargo, Citrix, Visa, Google and PBS. With extensive experience in dialog editing and mastering, Dessiree's creativity really comes through designing audio that best supports story. Their attention to sound detail can be traced back to their TV-less living room days in 1996.
If you're in need of sound design on your next project, don't hesitate to reach out directly. Or to just say hi.